No matter how efficient you are, there will always be more to do.
A major difference between people who are proficient at time management and those who are not is that those who are good at it realize that they will never get everything accomplished – and they’ve come to accept that.
Because of that realization, effective time-managers have learned to let go of as much of the “small stuff” as possible.
If you’re overwhelmed with everything you have to do, invoke the “Five Year Rule.”
Ask yourself, “Will anyone know or care about this five years from now?” If the answer is “no,” let it go. If the answer is “yes,” get to work on it.